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Céard atá le feiceáil sa 5K is cóngaraí duit?

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Is tionscnamh nua de chuid na Comhairle Oidhreachta agus Ard-Mhúsaem na hÉireann é ‘Cuir Aithne ar Do 5K’ a thugann deis do dhaoine an méid a thugann siad faoi deara faoinár n-oidhreacht cheilte a roinnt lena chéile. Cabhraíonn an tionscadal seo leis an bpobal úsáid a bhaint as neart acmhainní ar líne chun tuilleadh a fhoghlaim faoi scéal a gceantair dúchais féin.

Know Your 5km Initiative

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Know Your 5K’ is a new initiative from the Heritage Council and National Museum of Ireland which provides an opportunity to share discoveries about our hidden heritage. The project helps the public to use a wealth of online resources to find out more about the story of their locality.

The Heritage Council Announces the Appointment of New Chief Executive

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The Heritage Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Virginia Teehan as its new Chief Executive with effect from 1 February 2019. Ms Teehan joins the Heritage Council with a wealth of experience, having acted as Director of Cultural Projects at University College Cork, prior to which she served as Director of the Hunt Museum in Limerick. She will begin in her new role following the retirement of serving Heritage Council Chief Executive, Michael Starrett in January.

Heritage Council launches 2019 initiative for Ireland’s Historic Towns

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The Heritage Council has launched a new round of the Historic Towns Initiative for 2019. The scheme will make €1 million available to support heritage-led regeneration in a number of our historic towns.

A New Vision for the Heritage Council: A New Vision for the Heritage Council Mobilising Irish youth a priority in newly-published Five Year Plan

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The Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan, T.D. today launched the Heritage Council’s new Strategic Plan, Heritage at the Heart 2018-2022. The aim of the strategic plan is to engage with issues relevant to Ireland in 2018-2022, and to bolster the heritage sector so that it better able to deal with contemporary challenges.